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Chevy confirms electrified Corvette due 2023
This is the type of news which is welcomed around our offices on a Monday morning: GM president Mark Reuss announces the company will launch an electrified Corvette “as early as next year,” with a fully electric version to follow in due course.
Ram teases electric pickup day before Ford launches Lightning
Timing is everything, as they say, and it looks like Ram is paying attention to that. Today it released a teaser video on Twitter of its upcoming electric pickup truck — one day before Ford officially launches its all-electric F-150 Lightning.
Toyota announces Canadian pricing for new bZ4X all-electric SUV, deliveries begin in June
With a starting price of $44,990, Toyota’s first all-electric SUV is eligible for provincial and federal rebates. Initially available in Quebec and B.C., it comes in front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive models.
New developments suggest Canada is about to play a greater role in Tesla’s global supply chain
Tesla is rounding out a busy few months in Canada with a new job posting for a senior policy associate in critical minerals and supply chain based in Toronto.
Millennial Mom’s Review: 2022 Mini Cooper SE Countryman All4 PHEV
What a quirky little SUV. It’s hard to review this vehicle as a family-friendly ride, because I wouldn’t call it my-family-friendly, nor is it meant to be.